From the Housetops is a Catholic Quarterly journal featuring well-written, informative articles on important subjects: authentic Lives of the Saints, militant Apologetics, un-revised Church History, non-ecumenical Marian studies, sound dogma, and general Catholic erudition. The magazine is edited by the Religious Brothers and Sisters of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, a traditionalist missionary congregation. Contributors to the magazine include veteran journalists such as Gary Potter.
This issue's Highlights:
- Katherine Drexel: A Saint for Modern America, by Brother Lawrence Mary
- Left Behind, by Brother André Marie, MICM
- Mary, Advocate of the Church, by Mark Alessio
- Valor and Betrayal, Part II, by Gary Potter
- Let's Own Up, Gary Potter's review of the book The Popes Against the Jews by David I. Kertzer.
- Did You Know... Catholic trivia - a regular feature
- Catholic Wisdom edifying quotes from the saints - a regular feature
Soft cover, 75 pages, illustrated.
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